Opens for General Admission Friday, June 28, 2019 thru Monday October 14, 2019.
Monday – Saturday 11:00 am to 4:30 pm Sunday - 1:00 to 4:30 pm
Adults $5.00 Children (12 & under) $3.00
8 and under free
Map of designated parking and public restrooms.
Sandwich Dexter Grist Mill
Dexter Grist Mill
Located on Shawme Pond,
Water Street/ Grove Street Sandwich Village
The Dexter Grist Mill is one of the most photographed sites on Cape Cod. This working grist mill that overlooks Lower Shawme Pond is bordered by the Town Hall, herring run, picturesque colonial homes, and a cemetery with gravestones dated back to the 1600s.Freshly ground cornmeal packaged in old-fashioned cloth flour bags can be purchased and includes the mill’s popular recipes.
Sandwich Hoxie House
18 Water Street Sandwich Village
Take a trip back in time. The Hoxie House (circa 1640) reflects life in the town of Sandwich in the 17th-century. High on a bluff overlooking beautiful Shawme Pond in its original location rests the Hoxie House. The famous house was acquired by the town of Sandwich and in 1959 was fully and authentically restored.
Organized tour groups are welcome by appointment. Narrated tours are available to meet your time scheduled. Please call the Recreation Department for more information or to make a group reservation. (Admission for scheduled group tours begin June 1, 2020- reservations required.)
For more information please call the Sandwich Recreation Department at 508-888-4361.
To Purchase Cornmeal:
Freshly ground cornmeal packaged in old-fashioned cloth flour bags can be purchased at both the Dexter Grist Mill Ticket Booth and at the Sandwich Recreation Department. The price is $5.oo a 2lb bag and includes the mill’s popular recipes for cornbread, Indian pudding, scones, and other favorite dishes. Shipping is available- please call the Recreation Department at 508-888-4361.
If you wish to purchase our corn meal online please visit our website at https://secure.rec1.com/MA/sandwich-ma/catalog. The price of this order includes 3 bags of corn meal, a postcard, popular recipes, and the shipping and handling fee.